Sailing yachts

47′ Bermudan cutter project

(REF: 18133)


  • Designer: Presles, Didier
  • Builder: Chantier Nautique Pichavant
  • Location: France
  • Length on deck: 47'
  • Beam: 13'8"
  • Draft: 7'
  • Tonnage: 11,000kg disp

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Wooden Ships Comments on this 47′ Bermudan cutter project

This uncompleted project has been built to a design by Didier Presles with the original intention of undertaking ocean voyages including trips in Polar regions.  Professionally built by Chantier Nautique Pichavant Yachting in Brittany.


This is a very high capacity hull with a big beam and large depth in hold making her a very spacious and comfortable cruising boat.

47′ Bermudan cutter project

Length Overall                                   47′

Length Waterline                             34′

Beam                                                    13’8″

Draft                                                      7′

Displacement                                    11,000kg

Ballast                                                   3560kg





Strip plank epoxy construction using Oregon pine and mahogany.  Laminated mahogany frames and floors all closely spaced making this an incredibly strong hull.



Marine plywood deck on laminated deck beams




Designed to have a bermudan cutter rig on alloy spars.






8 berths plus the saloon settee berths.  Aft double cabin plus a single quarter berth, 4 pilot berths and a single in the fore peak.



Unusual layout with the saloon forward of the mast, the large beam of the design allows this to be done and still have a good size saloon.



Galley is to starboard amidships



Large heads compartment to port











These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.